Monday, November 18, 2019

Wolf Inversion

Andy | Monday, November 18, 2019 | Best Blogger Tips
Gravity defying wolf. One of the sculptures in Toronto artist Eldon Garnet’s work, Inversion, at the James Cooper Mansion condo complex on Sherbourne Street Toronto.

15 comments:

  1. Funny. Has it something to do with the building behind.

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  2. first of all and slightly off topic, i really love the building. and the door, be still my beating heart. the wolf sculptures are cool and i like seeing things like these but the building had it going on without them!! nice picture!!

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  3. What an interesting sculpture and a very talented wolf.

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  4. Magnificent and amusing. Beautiful bricks too on the building

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  5. I like the building and the sculpture.

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  6. Interesting sculpture and neat building too.
    Nice find, Andy.

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  7. Curiosa escultura de la que no llego a captar el mensaje, que imagino tendrรก.,
    Un abrazo.

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  8. Now that is interesting and something different.

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  9. I wonder why the door or window on the second floor has been bricked in... That's what really caught my eye.

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  10. I like it. Interesting with the old brick building.

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